After more than two years of planning, engineering, design, permitting and procurement, we have finally broken ground for the construction phase of our Glycol Unloading Expansion Project! This project will increase our terminal capacity from 800,000 metric tonnes (MT) of mono-ethylene glycol to 1,250,000MT annually.

The first work being performed is replacement and refurbishment of a previously-decommissioned storm water collection system. Performing this work first is important, as upgrading the storm water infrastructure in the area will enable greater environmental performance during construction, by ensuring that any project run-off in the area is collected and retained on-site for appropriate disposal, or for treatment in our water treatment system.

Once this initial work is complete, additional contractors will mobilize to site and begin the major construction activities to install additional unloading capacity. Expected completion of the project is September 2023.

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